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Fibre fractionation in DIP bleaching

Fibre fractionation in DIP bleaching P.M.V. (Darmstadt – Germany) has demonstrated 1 that the fines fraction contained in chemical pulps or mechanical pulps has a lower unbleached brightness and is more difficult to bleach with peroxide than the long-fibre fraction. Therefore, it is possible to obtain higher brightness levels when the long-fibre fraction is bleached
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